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List of Things to do Around Nusajaya

Nusajaya, Malaysia was renamed 'Iskandar Puteri' in January '16. This planned city project consists of an array of attractions for tourists, earning it the name 'The World in One City'.

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Legoland

Legoland

Spanning over 76 acres, Legoland Malaysia is the first of its kind in Asia and the sixth in the world. Boasting over a million visitors annually, Legoland is undoubtedly the premier attraction in Nusajaya. The theme parks showcases over 40 shows, rides and hands-on experiences, ideal for holidaymakers of all ages. The biggest highlights here are Miniland (where you'll witness Malaysia, Singaporean and other Asian landmarks recreated using Lego bricks), The Beginning (featuring The Big Shop featuring the largest selection of Lego toy products in Asia), Imagination (build and play with Lego, race cars and even test your structure against an earthquake simulator), Lego Technic (home to Project X, Aquazone and Mindstorms), Lego Kingdom (featuring The Dragon roller coaster, Forestmen's Hideout and Royal Joust), Land of Adventure and Lego City. Malaysia's iconic Petronas Twin Towers has been replicated here using Lego, making it the tallest Lego structure in the world.

2

Puteri Harbour

Puteri Harbour

This is Malaysia's first urban waterfront development. Spanning over 688 acres it stretches along the 13.5 km coastline along the Puteri Narrows. The harbour is a popular destination for yachtsmen from around the world. Evidence of this lies in the number of yachts one can witness at any time during the day. You may also indulge in a number of water sports such as snorkelling, water skiing and jet skiing. The 60,000 square foot indoor facility houses The Little Big Club featuring Thomas & Friends, Bob the Builder, Angelina Ballerina, Barney & Friends and Pingu. The Harbour also showcases a number of retail stores, restaurants and cinemas.

3

Hello Kitty Town

Hello Kitty Town

Located at the Puteri Harbour premises, Hello Kitty Town is great for kids who are fans of the cute pink kitten. It is filled with hand-on experiences, games and toy stores, making it a paradise for kids. If you are looking for a luxury hotel, Nusajaya Johor region offers plenty of options such as Somerset Medini Nusajaya, which puts you near to the city's attractions.

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Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)

Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)

This is a true treat for shopaholics. JPO is Malaysia's first international factory outlet store and houses many top-end brands from all over the world. You will be surprised to find that there are many branded items retailing here at less than 40% of the actual price. JPO is located just under 30 minutes from Legoland.

5

Danga Bay

Danga Bay

Also known as Teluk Danga, this is the country's premier waterfront city and houses a large recreational park. Spanning over 1,800 acres and stretching alongside 25 km of coastal shoreline, the Bay is home to a plethora of restaurants, mini theme parks and entertainment centres.

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Mall of Medini

Mall of Medini

Larger than even Pavilion in Kuala Lampur and Vivo City in Singapore, Mall of Medini is the southern region's biggest mall. Spanning over 2 million square feet is set to change the retail landscape of Nusajaya. It will soon be home to a wide variety of branded stores, restaurants and entertainment hubs.

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Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club

Play a round of golf at the region's premier golf course. This 18-hole international championship course covers an area of over 200 acres and showcases sweeping sand faces, bunkers, elevations and even man-made waterfalls, ponds and lakes.